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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1965
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL- '22 'NO. 49 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 11. ////97vWRUARY/ 18 1965HORACE

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Kickoff Held HereThe Rally 110th Birthday Next WeekWASHINGTON


4j. National Health Agencies/ D.C.NAVNEWS.February( ) 23, 1965, marks
Federal Services Joint Crusade the 170th anniversary of the founding of the Navy Supply Corps.
"kick-ofP1 rally for the annual Today, more than 5,000 active duty Supply Corps officers follow
six-week fund drive was held ,the basic goal of supporting and strengthening the combat capability
,.wetr d ', Monday, February 15 at the NAS of the United States Navy. The Corps motto, "Ready for Sea,"
r Theatre. Launching the drive, describes their goal of providing supply support for Naval opera
was the guest speaker, Rear Admiral tions and states their basic concern: fleet readiness.A .
Robert Goldthwaite.II Congressional act of Feb-
The success that you achieve ruary 23, 1795 established the ,
during this campaign," stated the office of Purveyor of Public Sup' age weaponry; It has pioneered ..-
{ r a? e eF admiral, "will be measured by plies In the Treasury Depart and blazed trails In'supply managemertt -
the,amount of support gained for ment. The flrstPurveyorTench; to support the space ageNavyadegnately'
the agencies participating in the Francis, Jr., of Pennsylvania, : :" '
crusade. But your achievementwill was appointed by President Currently'' there are over+* 1,
not be measured in dollarsand Washington and was responsiblefor 250,000; individual( line items; In
WILLIAMSON, Scout Executive, and Robert Heath, Di. cents alone. It will also be "procuring and providing of .vary!lnquantities hand led by the
rector of Goodwill Industries, hold one of 15,200 bags donated to measured in human'lives saved." all arms, military and naval Navy, n with a
the Industries as RADM Robert Goldtfmaite, COMFAIRJAX, notes "In supporting these agenciesby stores, provisions, clothing, Indian total Inventory value of' nearly ,
some of the tiems of closing. Heavy rains hampered the annual our voluntary contribution we goods generally all articles $11btl1Ion. These Items represent \
drive which fell short of the desired goal of 30,000 bogs. How., will be living proof that Americais of supply requisite for the Navy equipment, spare
indeed a nation of the people, services of the United States." parts, ,and consumables.
ever, bags will) be collected for the next two weeks. Sailors from
by the people and for the people." Since Washington's time, the Concerning the current anniversary -
Cecil Field and Goodwill
NAS Jacksonville, Mayport aided at the
Following a movie depllcting United States Navy has grown and: the future of the
Industries Building. the services and work of the from a small flotilla of six wooden Corps, Rear Admiral John Crum-

NHA, Mr. Hugh Mcllwaln, representing frigates to a powerful sea packer, present Chief of the
Cecil Field Registration the National Health force whose supply logistics responsibilities Bureau of Supplies and Accounts,
the world. comments, "These '170.
Agencies, gave examples of the span years
Hosts V A64The power ofpositive thinking and howit Today, the Supply Corps feeds, have recorded progress far beyond -
Required For can be applied to this drive. clothes and equips over 660,000 the fondest expectations of
"The Better Life," a movie naval personnel on land and at our founders.! The proper blendIng -
first members of Attack 1965 Auto TagsIf showing the work carried on by sea.The of our talents and dedicated
Squadron 64 (VA-64)), began the Federal Services Joint Cru- Chief of Naval Operations efforts have brought about 170
arriving at their new home, NAS sade, was followed by a speechby Admiral David L. McDonald, recently years of 'service to the fleet."
Cecil Field, last week. you have a privatelyownedvehicle Mr. Robert E. Moore who noted, "The Navy's Sup- "Yet I feel there Is even a
The estimated 170 officers and registered aboard the represents the FSJC. Members ply establishment must maintainIn greater opportunity for the Sup-
enlisted men of the "Black Lan- station, then you are required to from the participating agencieswere a state of constant readinessthe ply Corps to be of significantand
cers" will Cecil Field's submit a change In the automobile's mobile In the
bring also on-hand for the kick- most highly most growing Importance
squadron population to 16 and state registration when- off rally and were Introduced to powerful sea force the world has service of the fleet and the logis-
one detachment. ever such change occurs. As the audience by Captain Robert even known." tics system that serves the fleet
VA-64, under the command of most states have already Issued L. Watson, NAS Supply Officer, "In recent years, the Navy has today, than there has ever beenIn
Commander David E. Scherrer, 1965 license tags, the form for who is serving as the Navy co- progressed from guns to missiles the past."
flies the A4C Skyhawk and deploys Annual Registration of Private chairman of the drive In Duval and nuclear warheads, from "The challenge is certainly before -
with Carrier Air Group Vehicles must be filed In orderto County. fuel oil to atomic power. The us; and the opportunity to
Six aboard the nuclear powered keep the station's files up to supply system has not simply serve to Improve' to become "
aircraft carrier Enterprise. The date. kept pace with the Navy's space more effective Is great."
will also the Personnel who have automo- --
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squadron deploy to Marine MissileBattalion --- --
newly commissioned USS biles registered on board, that ,,,,w
America on the ship's shakedown are also registered In areas out-
cruise. side of Duval County, Florida, are Sent y
The "Black Lancers" previously required to submit one copy
based at NAS Oceania, of 6ND NAS JAX Form 5512/1 9. A

Va., were moved to Cecil as part (Annual Registration, Private To VietNamWashington 4L
of a plan announced last summer Vehicles) to the Pass and Identi-
by the Chief of Naval Operations. fication Office. All forms shouldbe (AFPS) A U.S.
The plan was made to cut the submitted through the designated Marine Corps Hawk Air Defense Y;
cost of required support activi individual In each department Missile Battalion Is now in Da "' ; :
des. or command. Nang, Republic of Viet-Nam as ..:t '
Under this plan all F8 Crusa- Owners of vehicles registeredIn one of the steps taken by the '1'
ders and A4 Skyhawks will be Duval County will not have to United States in response to recent '
based here. Eventually all F4 submit the form.ATTENTION. surprise attacks by the Viet .*\
Phantoms and A6 Intruders will Cong. ;.
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shift to Oceania. President Johnson ordered deployment \
Jax Air News is in need ofa of the First Light AntiAircraft =ItAt
Commissary Sports Editor. We are lookingfor Missile (LAAM) Batta-
lion to the Republic after confer-
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anon-ratedmolewith good .,
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with the National Security >
Closed Sat.The command of the English langu Ing
Council Feb. 7. # .
age, some typing ability, abasic The battalion is equipped with '_r a-.:. ,,_ '.- q

NAS Commissary will be knowledge of photography 18 launchers carrying 54 Hawk CAPTAIN R. L WATSON, NAS Supply Officer,presents Hilry Franklin
closed this Saturday in honor of a genuine interestin the journalist missiles. with an award honoring his 21 years of accidentfree driving. Other
George Washington's birthday rating. If you meet these Last November the battalionleft awards presented to this group represent 177 years of accident-
Regular hours will be resumed qualifications, contact Myers, Twentynlne Palms, Calif., on free operations. 13 awards were given to men who completed ten
Tuesday morning. JO2, at ext. 8161. (Continued on Page 5)) years' supervisory work without a disabling injury.



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Worship NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
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ages 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 publication. News items are welcomed for all sources-
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Washington Monument will be 80 years old Feb. 2L On that dayin FRIDAY
1885, the impressive structure which is the focal point among the 12:05 p.m. U.S.NavalHospital
many monuments in the nation's capital), was formally dedicated to the On target money help
first President, of the United. .States, for his leadership and deep desire SATURDAY

for freedom. 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel
Just as George< freedom}of the United States,the Washington National Monument Society, CONFESSIONS-SATU RDA
formed: .in, 1832, had 'a :difficult struggle in building the monument. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -
Although' too \cor rsione. for the Washington Monument was laid Masses
in 1848, some unusual circumstances delayed its completion until December Catechism ClassesGradeSchcol
1884. The monument society sent requests to states, organizations -
and other nations to donate memorial stones to be inlayed in the SATURDAY
Inner walls of the monument. Among the stones they received was a 10:00
: a.m. AU Saints' Activities
block of marble presented by Pope Plus IX from the Temple of ConcordIn building 722
Rome.
The marble block was stolen and supposedly thrown Into the Potomac U. S. Strength .f \
River by a group believed to be members of the American Party. This Washington (AFPS) The
party was a secret society that protested against immigration and the following figures represent U.S.
election or appointment of foreign-born persons to official office. personnel, by service assigned \
The robbery was such a shock to the public that contributions all but to the Republic of Viet-Nam \
as of Feb 9 ,
: Army
15,000
stopped. The monument society, realizing they had no chance of defeatingthe Air Force, 6,000; Navy, 1,150;
American Party alone, appealed to Congress for aid. Congress a- and Marine Corps 850.
greed to furnish them funds, but the night before the funds were to be In addition, a Marine Corps
given members of the secret society struck again.They broke Into the Hawk missile battalion of more \
offices of the monument society and declared themselves In possessionof than 500 men was just assignedto
the monument. As a result of the publicity, Congress abandoned .any the Republic.A .
attempt to help the society until 1876, When it voted to finish the monument -

at government expense. NEW IDEA FOR A NEW ERA
Today, standing 555 feet, 5 1/8 Inches, the structure Is a symbol of
the courage and spirit of George Washington and of the country he help-
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J AX AIR NEWS
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It usually takes a person longer A thing done right today means
..t stJp tS't : i; to lvwhat he 1hW< t1'tO.tell': no trwbJe.tDI19rrWI"r r< ) Marine SSgl.Receives .
what knOW$; v '" V* 'IndUh Pa>''elft'. I'
The certificate read, "This
Construction Teacher Bulletin.WEBB'S .
Digest. Medal Is to certify that the Presidentof
Friday "
? -. the United States of America'has
STAR & From MARTD CO.Staff awarded the Air Medal with
SPES t one Gold Star to Staff Sergeant
Sergeant Guy J. Daniels, Guy J. Daniels, U.S. Marine
Florida's Marine Air Reserve Corps for Meritorious Achieve-

Performance t PROFESSIONAL Recruiter, today received a cer ment In Aerial Flight In Viet-
Showing tificate for the Air Medal with nam from June 19 to September
one Gold Star In lieu of a second 25, 1963," signed Paul H. Nitze,
LAUNDRY & Air Medal. The Medals had been Secretary of the Navy.In .
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I t previously awarded to him by the his letter to SSgt. Daniels,
.=_ j Commanding General, Fleet Marine General Greene said"Be assured
DRY CLEANERSSEAFARERS Force, Pacific, as recognltlon -, of my deep ,appreciation'your
t of"meritorious achieve- devotion to duty and heroic con-
1 ACROSS RAILROAD FROM ment In aerial flight In Vietnam duct which were In keeping with
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1 COLOR THE NASYUKON during 1963." the highest traditions of the
acseth t Lieutenant Colonel I L. B.Doch- United States Marine Corps."
ONLY STAR: MACHINE FLORIDA terman, Commanding Officer, Sgt. Daniels was awarded, the
I IN TOWNPAT'S Marine Air Reserve Training Air Medal and Gold Star while
by the immortal
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NEXT TO WEBB'S TELLS ANOTHER" Fla., presented the certificate with a Marine Helicopter Squadron -
performed by during formal ceremonies on behalf In Vietnam. He has also
MAURICE EVANS of the Commandant of the been awarded a second Gold Star
JUDITH ANDERSON Marine Corps, General WallaceM. in lieu of his third Air Medal
Greene, Jr. for action In Vietnam.
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Advance Pay, Brings Undue thoroughlyfamtltar However1$ of dr4fltg'subh'pay.the best! with'way the to' hazard 'lick. Navy:Pliers*? t ;: LA FRA126Unit :


this problem is to attack It at Attend 126 celebrated its 10th
Hardship to Poor PlannersThe the root by confronting the Sons birthday at the February meeting -
individual with the problems that Honored guests were Mr.
can be Incurred by drawing advance Marine ClassesTwo Dyer Burr, President of our
ever present problem of The Chief of Naval Personnelhas pay. sponsoring branch, Jim Murphy
Indebmess in the Navy can often directed all commanding officers Each individual should surveyhis aviatorsare President of Yukon Fleet Reservists -
be traced to careless spending of to take appropriate action, needs and dis- sons of Naval students hereat Inc., and members of
thoroughly
advance pay and the resultinglow to insure that personnel requesting Marine Corps Fleet Reserve Association,
them with his appropriate Train-
Technical ,
cuss Naval Air ,
checks during the six- advance with, Branch 126.I I;
pay ,p ay permanent; !; superior. ,After a close reevaluation Marine
moot1\ period. of station orders'are, ing Center attendingthe A very enjoyable time
\ repayment change : of his needs, then and only Mechanical and Fundamentals was had
all who attended the
then should he ahead and draw by Covered
go school.
Dish Supper held In honor of
advance pay. Private Gary A. Campbell is National
President
One last thing to remember ThomasM. visiting ,Mrs.
We specialize in financingfor the son of Commander Christine Pope, and National
ta the repayment period could cause Campbell, USN attached to the
Treasurer, Rachael Bullwinkle.Mrs. .
and family undue hard- Technical. Training
you your Naval Air Grace Sandefer
ships, so think It over. Tenn., gave the
Center, NAS, Memphis,
. welfare report for the past month
'' counselor for navalpersonneL
the senior
as
ServiceMen atw 'I. which consisted of:
"Russia," cried the Soviet
Five boxes of clothing collected
speaker in Paris, "has three Private Thomas J. Hyland Is
and sent to Thornhlll
POWELLPlymouthiaNd wheat crops a year."When askedto the son of retired Rear Admiral Thornhlll, South Carolina.Orphanage,
explain how, he replied: Thomas J. fyland, USNR, who isa Household furniture donated to
"That's easy. One she gets from pilot for United Airlines in
the Salvation Army by a member.
Hungary, one she gets from Po- Denver, Colorado. Admiral Hy- Three boxes of donatedto
land, and one she gets from Rus- land served on Guadalcanal and clothing
who lost
a family their home
sia." -- Great Northern Goat. in the defense Henderson Field.
by fire.
Three boxes of books donatedto

Harry B. Mishoe and Company prison.city jail for use at Raiford

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A new way to swine without Unit '126 will1celebrate its 10th
going out on a limb anniversary with a Birthday Ball
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In his budget message Pres- a' MARINE MISSILE
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LBJ
the FarEastand
April DeadlineFor V, ployed to Europe, ,
ident Johnson noted that provi- (Continue'*fro;'Page 1) Panama In addition to the
sion has been made In the allowance -
for for deployment to the western Paci recent assignment of a battalion
contingencies and civilian apossible fic. Primary mission of the to the Southeast Asia ca. 1try.
Pay RecommendationsWashington military pay
The Hawk missileis
supersonic
increase. LAAM battalion, officials said, is
to provide local medium range air propelled by soUd propellant
The message also states, defense of installations Is armed with a conventional war
(AFPS) A special 10-man panel has been asked to "Federal pay raises in the past assigned hostile low and head and uses a homing guidance
or areas against
report recommendations to President Johnson by April concerning three years have moved us much medium altitude system to find a target. It is
government civilian and military nearer to realizing the principle targets. .
pay. air
A Marine LAAM bat- transportable by helicopter or
typical
The panel's chairman Is Marlon B. Folsom, former Secretaryof that civilian pay rates should be medium sized aircraft.
talion consists of officers 524
Health, Education and Welfare now with the Eastman Kodak Co. comparable to those In private enlisted 'men :' Medical, The Hawk, In the Army and
Secretary of Defense Robert S. enterprise for the same levels of one Navy Marine
Corps Inventory .
officer and since
McNamara Is one of five gov- selors and Don K. Price, Deanof work and that changes In pay and 11 Navy corpsmen. 1959 Is capable of destroying*
Lieutenant Colonel Cook
B. E.
ernment members on the panel the Graduate School of Public allowances of members of the aircraft
attacking flying"onthedeck" -
comands the Hawk battalion
President Johnson has asked Administration Harvard University. uniformed forces should keep to the Republic of Vlet-Nam.sent at such ranges as to Insure
the Department of Defense to pace with advances In the gen- effective protection of the defended s
Hawk missile units of the
make available to the panel for Besides Secretary McNamara eral economy." Army
area
and Marine have been de-
consideration materials used In a other government members are Corps

review of the Interrelationshipsbetween John A. Gronouskl, Postmaster .

military, civilian and General; W. Wlllard WIrtz, Secretary SEGRAVES SERVICE CENTER

private enterprise pay. A number of Labor;Kermit Gordon,
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On the eve of the 20th anniversary -
of the landing at Iwo Jima, SSgt. W, B. Leonard, Paul K. Moore, ConradE. Snell, day of the invasion and made the

Jax Air News has attempted to MAD Supply, had this to say: Supply, O&R, says: NATTC Art Shop, says: first 100 yards by 1 p.m. By
relive the struggle for the Is- "I was attached to the Army- nightfall we were on the others
land. Comments by some men "I was attached with "L" Co., "I was attached to the 5th Ma- Air Force Intelligence. We made Ide of the Island. I saw the
now working al NAS who remem- 3rd Dattlion, 9th Marines. I rines. I also took part in the maps and drawings for Intelli- flag raising of the little flag onSuribachl.
ber the bloody struggle bring Into operated a flame thrower at the securing of Mt. SurbachL I received gence. spent about seven monthson ."
sharp focus the price many paid time. After we hit the island a Purple heart and a President the Island. After 65 days of
for freedom. all our officers were either killedor Unit Citation. I was evacuated bombardment, the Island didn't
wounded. When we pulled back after two weeks on the Island seem to soften any The Japs
for a days rest, I had to Instruct because of injury." had everything underground. Our
all the replacements that were unit took only 80 prisoners."
55 assigned to me. They were either Richard Oliver,
killed or wounded later. The Supply, O&R, says: Cdr. W. J. Tutwiler,

whole operation lasted about 30 "I was attached to the 8th Field Superintendent of NATTC's

days." Regiment, Fleet Marines Pacific.I Aviation Electrician's Mate
observed the flag raising cere- School, was a Lieutenant at the
E. F. Futch, mony on SuribachZ We landed on time attached to VF-4 as division -
a LST behind the Marine Divi leader during the battle of
Supply, O&R, said: sions. The Saps broke through Iwo Jima "I flew the Ifellcat

our Army installations and made type of aircraft from the USS

"I was attached to the Army Banzai attacks on us." Essex (CV-9)). We began straf-

Amphibious boats. I remember Jay L. Hoffman, fing, laying smoke screens on the
seeing the bodies floating in the Painter O&R commented beaches, Feb. 9, and dropping
:
and from napalm bombs and firing rocketsIn
water on my trips to
"I was onboard the USS New ML
the While the Mt.Suribachl with other squad-
ships. on beach
Jersey (BB-62)). We participatedin rons."
.s they wouldn't let us set up tents action Iwo Jlma.
support at Arthur W. Rowe, : 1
so we had to sleep two men to
. .. Our purpose was to keep away Equipment Repair O&R
a foxhole. The planes were always what remained of the Jap fleet ,
Then Corporal with the 5thDi-
the Island.
strafing They
and their aircraft. We also ser-
THE SIXTH WAVE coming a h or. bombed a Sap ammo dump and the ved as flagship for Admiral vision, 27th Marines says; "We THE WOUNDED from Iwo Jima
met heavy resistance when the whole Island seemed to jump. "Bull" Halsey and Adm. spent 30 days as scout observerfor were transported to medical 'facilities

Japanese attempted to destroy I was also there during the flag Spraunce. Our ship and crew the Intelligence Service. I in two hospital ships and
landing craft. raising on Mt. SaribachL" received twomajorbattlestars." was In the third boat wave. We any other craft with space to
hit the beach at 9 a.m the first carry them.



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Valor Was: A Commcjn\' Virtue'r ,




for three days and three of Iwo at 0902. Three minutes exaggerated, or that naval and doctrine. The operation was In the final analysis, battlesare
nights U.S. ships and planes had later, amtracs in the second wave air bombardment had been more planned and executed in accor- won not by machines but by
unleashed tons of explosives on were unloading Marines on the effective than expected.It dance with the grim necessities of men trained to fight, wanting to
Iwo Jirpa in preparation for an beach. later developed that the the air war against Jap n. Stra- live, but unafriad to die. Iwo
amphibious assault which began Marines charged through the Japanese had buttoned-up In well tegically located Iwo Jima had to Jima has come to symbolizethe
twenty-years ago tomorrow.In open hatches of the amtracs. concealed caves and tunnels be taken. ... courage and offensive spirit
the early morning hours of Their charge slowed as they emerging only after the heavy Situated some 650 air miles .that brought victory to the Armed
February 19, 1945, the 4th and bogged down In ankle-deep vol- bombardment shifted. Intelli- from Japan the island was to be Forces of the United States. dur-
5th Marine Divisions boarded the canic ash. gence reports of enemy strengthhad used as an emergency landing ing World War IL
landing craft that would take them The Marines reorganized and been underestimated by the field for distressed B-29 Super- The 24 Medals of Honor
ashore. The landing craft circled began their Inland push.( Resis- Americans; not overestimated. fortresses. It would also be awarded for valor during the
the transports until 0830 then tance was light during the first The Japanese reacted quickly used for refueling aircrafton campaign reflect the high levelof
headed toward shore. few minutes. Scattered mortar, after the bombardment lifted. long-distance flights individual and collective
Rockets from U.S. ships artillery and machine-gun fire Fifteen minutes after the Marines The: urgency of the Marines' heroism characteristic of that..
streaked through the skies, was encountered. The only man had landed, they were receiving mission In capturing Iwowas Impressed action. Countless other acts of
plummeting into island targets. made objects on the beach were heavy fire. Many Marine posi- upon them as early as selfless bravery went unnoted in
Marine, Navy, and Army Air land mines. There were enemy tions were under brisk mortar March 4 (D-plus 13)). That day the holocaust of Iwo but the cumulative -
Corps aircraft ravaged enemy emplacements.Some fire by 0935.Throoghoot. the first damaged B-29 limpedInto bravery did not. The
positions with napalm, bombs, of the Marines were opti- the hours ofD-Day Iwo while the battle still then-Secretary of the Navy,
bullets and rockets.A mistic enough to entertain the Marine riflemen slugged their raged. James V. Forrestal, spoke for
wave of armored amphibians thought that estimates of enemy way inch by inch, through Intense By the end of the war, 2,251 most Americans when he expressed
ground into the black ash beaches strength had been considerably machine-gun and rifle fire. The Superforts carrying 24'I6lcrew- his "tremendous admiration -

.,/ '(> ",f..... Japanese fired from well-hidden men landed on the Island. A and reverence for the
; .
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,'>', r 4i pillboxes, blockhouses and caves. who walks beaches and
f" \< it. ; ){ u ; significant number of these would guy up
;>;y ."..' t. ..". ,.:: EW D-Day at Iwo was an uneven have been lost if Iwo had not takes enemy positions with a rifle
11,r' 4'>." struggle with the advantage of been available. and grenades or his bare hands."

,':.;' t;; terrain and troop disposition ,,r'1"-' r\, .,,;: ;':-:q.Gt 7 fil'I
;; > > {* heavily in favor of the Japanese. j :: _]iIlit, < ;., ". WI' t.
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mechanized the <
equipment across
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beach as poured *\ .... : .It
enemy gunners ,
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death and destruction on them ,. ', "r' y f' :;
Ab from the high ground on both 't,/ ; .t., !t ,L '.' :.,J (!
flanks. t'H"J .. "
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xi t ; 'rNvui9tiriiiit Marines were forced to advance ). ,
over open ground while r. """ f' ,,,, 1t4I VI {t'P, I "
terrific "', rr '
subjected to a pounding t
from positions that were difficultto (\j \ ,\" ". j To A.1 eo. "
; locate. Once located, they were -

equally difficult for naval gunfire .; 'ti.vJ:

.......t'5'4, ..:t. '::f"I",!! and air support to silence.Six (.. -_/:. k !. ;; t
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,.. ... Marine Infantry regimentsand I M
f tft ,# Marine batta- .. .
'" six artillery .
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lions landed on Iwo that first ,I(
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-.t: "'..;;.:. \v-:; with tank batta-
day. Along two
PERHAPS the most graphic picture of' the bathe is painted by this lions these Marines began to prepare ,;' .
cemetery of' the Fifth Marine Division. This is one of three Marine for an expected Japanese
cemeteries on the island. The Third and Fourth Marine Divisions night counterattack as darkness
also suffered heavy losses. closed around the Island. These
units were tied in with physical SOUVENIRS of the bloody encounter were gathered by GIs. These
r contact all along the front, except flags are the battle flagsof'various Japanese units who occupied the
for two small gaps. Both these island. Notice the swords and gun in the 'foreground.

gaps however, were wellcoveredby ., .,
i '+ fire and observation.
s
o'L Throughout the night the enemy M .

tried to Infiltrate the Marines' J, ..,
;".:.: :
lines, but there was no large- I:
scale counterattack.The .
next 25 days would not
be unlike D-Day. They would
be filled with bitterness and disappointment aw s
;, rt
and, eventually, ,
victory.It .
Y R was on the 26th day of the
assault (March 16)) that Iwo Jima
was declared secured. Dedicated
Japanese soldiers would drag the
battle through the late winter
months into May before all re-
sistence would cease.

THESE truck-carried rocket launchers were one of our deadliest During the battle for IwoJima,
and most feared weapons m the Iwo Jima invasion. 22,056 Marines fell in battle. Of
these, 4,564 were killed in action.
Another l died wounds
--- .331 sustained -
In the battle. This total THE MOUND of twisted metal in the foreground of this picture
amounted to almost one-third of was once an ammunition truck. -

all the Marines killed during

World War IL P, 'o a Ys 4Y24t
Japanese killed In action numbered -

approximately 19,000. .
Slightly more than 1000 were cap- M w' w s
TxY
tured.

WOA'i" In the savage struggle for Iwo
Jima, the amphibious forces of
the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps

proved that, given control of 'Pfyr.'r 'YY .
the surrounding seas and skies,
"" they could seize any objective,
no matter how powerful its guns
and emplacements or how stub-
vir M r 4, born and skillful the defenders.But r.Q
'..a...J.l 6,821 Marines, sailors and pia
Arfik tne island nod oeen secured, this post office was probably soldiers did not die to prove the THIS is what remains of. a Japanese airfield following the battleFEBRUARY
the most popular"building" on Iwo Jima. soundness of existing amphibious for Iwo Jima.



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I Landlord,<. Beware. I :': : B IueI'ackets'luu;;i Acey D'ucey Club USO F Notes.

WASHINGTON D.C. ...(AV- dye duty You decide to rent your
NEWS). When you are trans- house here, while you're sta- Thursday, February 18 Thursday, February 18 Thursday, February 18
ferred from here to there, you tioned there, hoping that upon Homemade Goodies Night
may not want to sell the lovely your return the house will be as Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings 8:30- Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m.

house you've bought; it may be nice If not nicer than when 11:30 p.m.Friday. Friday, February 19 Friday, February 19

the house to which you will want you ]left. February 19I' Record Request Night
March Wilson 8:30-12:30 a.m.
to return after your tour of ac- But being an absentee landlord -
Is full of' problems.] The Lazy Rhythm Girls & Mel Saturday, February 20 Saturday, February
Landlord beware| Gaden 9-1 a.m.
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CHURCH of CHRIST the most ,difficult* Mac & Do Re Me's 8:30- Boy Meets Girl Night-
Probably I -. ( Saturday, February 20
WESCONNETT BLVD. of," problem about being an absentee 12:30 a.m.Sunday. Sunday, February 21
NEAR NAS landlord is caring for what Is, Phil Cay 9-1 a.m. February 21
JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. Grace Chapel Parish
after all While
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Mark Castle 8:30-11:30 p.m. Tammy
SUNDAYS: you're not on the scene, it is

Iboo: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP your heretodaygonetomorrowtenant March Wilson 8:30-11:30 p.m. Monday, February 22 Monday. v, February.., ?22George's ... .
who has to keep us the
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BirthdayHop,8llp.m.Tuesday
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CHURCH PHONE SP 1-5073 And who is to pay for the plumb- Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. band to followWednesday Wednesday, February 24

MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 ing job, the new seed for the lawn Wednesday,' February 24 February 24 Show
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Game Night 8 p.rn. Movies sports 8 p.m.

motor for the furnace fan? a
PIZZA PANTRY As the owner of the property, CPO Club
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TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM broken leg of the mailman who

C J .1 PREMIUM BEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS slipped on the walk not shoveled Thursday, February 18
clear of snow. But can the tenant
ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI Pizza
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.. These are just a few of the
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own property here while you are Saturday, February 20

FRANK DERICKSONIn far away over there. If you Dance to Mark Castle
decide to rent your house, make Jtolltf Utt ftn'd enjoy
the Heart of Cedar Hills sure that any lease your tenant Sunday, February 2)) fua-fiile4 treataa.Au .
signs Includes provisions cov- NIIION well
Dance Bud
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1 OJD5OFMA ,< ."O". Club ,- ...., Movies; ;<: t .,. '

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Coop INVEGTMENrONL.y Thursday, February 18 Moyies will be shown regularlyat

WINE INTERgSr 15KEcr Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. 7 p.m. Monday through Satur- i

UP. Dinner 6-9 p.m.Friday day.Malnslde will have two feature Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde

February 19 times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
urdays and Sundays. The hospitalwill Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
Happy Dinner Hour 3:30-6 p.m. have one feature onSunday'sat too late ''or'this deadline will be published the following -
6-9:30 p.m. 7 week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
Music by Roy Bardes 8-12 a.m. p.m.Kiddee Matinee at Malnslde check or money order for the.full cost .of the ad must be

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APPliANCESand Beef Stranger Steve McQueen, FORSALE. 3:Br home closeto HOUSE FOR RENT = 3 DR,,

Monday, February 22 Natalie Wood NAS $50. down $50 month. large fenced yard,partially furn,
Friday, February 19 Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- vacant, Call 264-9974.
Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR.
Mainside The Victors Vince
Dinner SINGER
FURNITURE 6-9 p.m.'Tuesday .
Edwards, Romy Schneider DIAL
BROKERAGECO February 23 Hospital Home From The Hill- UNFURN. APT FOR RENT O

Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m. Robert Mitchum, Eleanor Blandlng Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR MATIC
(Scandlvtan) Parker Kit. Equip. 3 mi. NAS $115 mOo Sewing Machine Console ModeL
Owner 771-8697. A-I shape Sold new for over
Saturday, February 20
Headquarters for Fine Furniture !-
Wednesday, February 24
$300. Pay off balance of$82.40
& Appliances at lowest Mainside Advance the
to Rear-
Fried Chicken Night 6-9 p.m. or assume monthly payments of
prices. Glenn Ford, Stella Stevens FOR SALE Inc. Prop, duplex 780. Will take older machine
As the salesman entered the Hospital Ring of Fire David 3-pkx, 4-ptex. 3 ml. NAS $115 as part payment. Call Credit
I curved sectional I office, the manager said, "Pm Janssen, Joyce Taylor mOo Owner 7718697. Manager, 353-1946 night or day.
SOFA $651BBaBBn&HBBBBnBHBBBa sorry I cannot see you today." KIddee Matinee Courtship of A-I Sewing Machine Co.
And the salesman answered, Eddie's Father

"Well. It's lucky I called here, 21 REAL ESTATE: Information on
WE FINANCE because Sunday, February TRAILER LOT FOR RENT -
I represent a firm of sales, purchases, equities, or 6338 Woodman Drive, Venetia -
2710 W. BEAVER ST. spectacle makers." Mainside A House Is Not A FHA VA homes, call WalterT. Terrace, fully equipped with
Sunshine Mag. Home Shelley Winters, Robert Bowen USN Rtd. Charter patio. 771-5745.'
Taylor Real Estate Co. 387-6511 or
Hospital The Victors VInce 387-2851 at night.
Edwards RADIO TV, HI Fl, ,STERO -!
Romy Schneider
MONEY IN! 1 DAY C B gear repaired. BEE electronics -
Monday, February 22 i 6502 BARMER DRIVE
INSURANCE LOW RATES
Mainside The Prim Paul For safe drivers SR 22's filed Phone 771-3286.
S25 to WO Newman. Elke Sommer meets base requirements,

Hospital Advance to the Rear- monthly terms,for fast courteous 1959 VW for deluxe sedan.
ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE Glenn Ford, Stella Stevens service through Independent Clean low milage, good cond.

Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us Tuesday, February 23 Agent. $795. Call 771921LALTERATIONS
how much you want. Pick up the cash at your ROBINSON AGENCY 354-6191
convenience. Same-day service. Mainside Youngblood Hawke 1507 Margaret Street 5Points.
James Fransicus, Suzanne civilian, mili-
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN Pleshette tary. Rates sewed while you wait.
Hospital A House is Not A USED TV CLEARANCE 10 to Call 388-6395.
You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. Home Shelley Winters, Robert choose from. $25.00 and up.

Taylor Phone 387-212L
$ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 $ 21.00
151.80 9.00 427.51 .25.00 Wednesday, February 24 FOR RENT furs, and unfurn
apts., Call Mrs.Gross 771-9007.
219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 Mainside CImarron Glenn BUYING A CAR? Buy your next
286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 Ford, Maria ScheU auto from a retired servlceman-

Ibspital The Prize Paul & save. Call Myers, 8161. FURNISHED BACHELOR APT. -
Above payments include interest.D1AL Newman, Elke SommerIn comp. redec. $1L per week. 5

Blks. from Dwntwn JAX. Call
: its concern with Left and ORANGE PARK 3 BEDROOMS after 1800. EV 8-9886.
Right, the world has forgottenthat 2 BATHS FOR SALE OR RENT.
241 West Forsyth St. Dial 3564735 there is an Above and Be- $62.00 per mo. and up VA .or,
5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895 low. in-service. No down payment;- 6 USED TV'S $35.00 to$150.00.Guaranteed' .
Hampton Times. some already financed-no quali for 30 days Parts &
fying. Rentals $85 unfurnished Labor. Terms. CallChuck 389-
$100 furnished. Phone264-6491, 3672.
BILL DONNELL BUILDERS.
FEBRUARY S !

RIDE WANTED 0715 1600
ELECTRIC RANGE 40 Inch, Atlantic and University Blvd. to
YMENl.
.NODOWNPA deep 2649049.well and storage, $25. Call: NA 8368.Tre. ext. 8262, Phone 724-

( For 3rd Class or Higher. Rank )

ON NEW PLYMOUTH VALIANT :. UNFURN. HOME FOR RENT FOR RENT 5386 Timaquana

BELVEDERE. FURY OR CHRYSLER AUTOMOBILES 5357 Colonial Ave., 3-Br. kit. Rd., 2 Bdr., Kit equip, 2 1/2
Pick equip., fenced yard, $85.00 mon. mL to NAS. $70. mOo EV 9-
NEWCorVto: choose from) yoorequiprnent.WE'VE .
than 75
More Call: 389-3777 (after 4:00 or 8697 384-4539.
EeAR'
GOT TH wk. ends).
ONLY 20 MINUTES S e U TH'OFNASON HIGHWAY 17

NEW GE CONSOLE STERO AM
FOR SALE: NAVY BRIDGE 'FM tuner, automatic changer.
COAT size 42, $40.00 Call Nothing down $2.25 weekly. Call
.CLAYTONREVELSCHR 3888479. Cliff 389-3672.

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USED TV CLEARANCE 10 to VENETIA MANOR Large BR-
YS1ER..PLYMOUTH INC choose from. $25.00 and up. 2 bath home. Separate DR and
Phone 387-212L Den. Central Air, 2-car garage.

PHONE.JAX264.6SSS GREEN COVE SPR NGSAUTHonl.ZEDA ,Large Shaded lot.$22,900 by own-
The worst moment for an 'er. 384-2972. 5743 Salerno

... . "O atheist Is when he feels grate- Road.
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DEALER OF. P. Samuel McCrea Cavert, Pulpit
f. MOTORS UHPORATICN. Digest. 11-64.

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the hands-of' 1 th i'ralded drivers : D.R" ,tB.t1t.
f New Cars For'"*' 'won many ;aces'n"European road li itkiiE& ShortsThis

races this past season. One fac- ]
tory entry l with two additional I4 2 Saturday, February 20, at
12 Hour Sebring-American drlvenentrants: should :;...? > 10 a.m. the Fla-Ga. Interservice

make a .formidable onslaught on bowling and volleyball tournles
SEBRING, FLORIDA ....Sleek the European designed auto will be held here at NAS. The
powerful and streamlined is the, racing cars. I Elias Takes The Helm bowling action will take placein
word for two of the newest type' Also to be powered by an the new lanes and the, yolley-

high speed auto racing cars starting American big bore racing engine ball competition'will take: placein
the world famous.Sebring 12: will be the McLaren-El\a from \* the Mainslde Gym Bldg.. 3Arrangements .
Hour Endurance*> Race Saturday England. Designed by; Frank AI Annapolis AcademyGREAT rttfr *
March 67th at 10 a.m. Nicholls, one of Englands' top have been made
The Grifo, Italian built and auto 'racing builders, entered for the use of the Station's boxIng -

powered by a Chevy engine under the firm name. McLaren, LAKES ILL., ....(NAVNEWS)....."E" IS FOR ELIAS: "The equipment at BJdg. 3,in preparation -
loaded with Weber carbs turning also of England. Navy doesn't waste any time," he said. "I signed my contract at for the 6ND Boxing tournaments -

\,. ,out 465 HP, Bertone designed all.;.' .. 2:30 and went to work at 2:3." to be held here at NAS
, The speaker was Bill Elias the Navy's new head football coach.On April 14-16. Anyone interestedin
.. .. Tuesday he signed a one-year contract at Annapolis. A day later participating with the Jax Navy
he was in the Chicago area checking- on prospects for next season. Boxing Team is asked to call
He has a United Airlines tic- Frank McCaffrey NAS Athletic
ket In his pocket to fly to San the admiral has championed many Director at Ext. 585 in Bldg. 3.
Francisco the same evening to young football prospects for the *
meet his quarterback coach,Doug Navy. As vice chairman of the Any personnel interested In
LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE Scovill, and talk about West Coast Naval Academy Foundation, he participating with the Jax Navy
has helped scores of athletes and
candidates.The Swimming team in the up coming6ND
3909 BLANDING BLVD. handsome, greying broad other deserving youngsters get Tournaments, July 8-10, at
Into schools for ultimate -
DANCING NIGHTLY"A shouldered gentleman stopped off preparatory NAS Memphis are urged to con-
at the Great Lakes Naval Training entrance into the Naval tact Chuck Phillips at the Indoor -

J Center to see Rear Admiral Academy. Pool, Ext. 481. or reportto
friendly place for Howard A. Yeager. Although he is no longer a the NAS Poolthis Friday Feb-
friendly people" Admiral Yeager Commandant member of the Foundation, Admiral ruary 19, at 4 p.m.
of the Ninth Naval District has Yeager is still active as *

DRIVE-IN SERVICE, been actively recruiting football a Navy "Scout." That's why The deadline tor entries In theN
players for the Naval Academy the Navy's new coach stoppedby Golf
AS Intramural Leagueshas
CASE LOTS AT COST +10%
for a "pow-wow" with the
program.He been set for Friday February -
has a trophy case filled with admiral 26. League competitionIs
footballs from past Army-Navy Elias was accompanied byNavy's slated to get underway by
games sent to him by Navy teamsin defensive line coach,Carl March 8.
appreciation of his active sup Schuette, who planned to stay on
In Chicago prospecting" until
port.A 1927 graduate of the Naval Saturday.

Academy, Admiral Yeager was a Ellas' credentials Include four 1t
GRAND OPENING Navy gridder as a midshipmanand years as head coach of the University t" CAN YOU
still treasures a photographof of Virginia and honorsas t t tI
himself and a teammate,qua:-. "Coach of the Year" In two TAKE YOUR CAR
: terback Jim Blanchard, dressedIn conferences.At WITH YOU? j
the football togs of the 1920s. Virginia he Inherited a 28- For Financing And Insurance
ikt Since his own gridiron days, game losing streakthatwentbackto Stateside And Overseas. Call I
( lI Itj 1958. ife quickly ended that DYER. M. BURR
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EOt unwanted distinction by leading representingGOVERNMENT
Moody AFB Virginia to a victory in his first EMPLOYEES
H game as head coach in a 21 to FINANCE CORPORATIONAND I
Fla-Ga 6 triumph over William and j jINTERNATIONAL
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ConferenceMoody 15615: Tlmuquana Rd. 771-0527
career on the high school
gridiron at Richmond, Ind., in
AFD winner of the 1948 and finished five years there
SPECIALS Northern section of the Florida- with two successive undefeated
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Georgia Interservice basketball seasons. Then he went to Pur- -
conference, defeated McCoy due University as an assistant FURNITURE CO.
Bog of Chicken 59 AFB, winner of the Southern con coach before becoming head man at
french fries & pepsi :5326 Wesconnett Blvd. 103rd
't ference in two straight games at George Washington.Ii .
recently 96-93 and 86-84. > '.Admiral Yeager's office
,$ 100 Moody topped the Northern Elias mostly sat back( and listened NEW & USED
Chili Dogs 10 for conference with it's 10.2 record. while the admiral and his TV SETSFURNITURE

It's only two losses came at the guests talked of Navy victoriesof
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11.9 PM
hands of the Jax Navy"cagers"who the past.

TAKE-OUT RESTAURANT took second place in the It's our guess the Navy's new
CHICKEN & SEAFOOD DINNERS Northern League at 8-4. coach was dreaming of victoriesof I EASY CREDIT I
McCoy had little trouble in the the future. We'd like to give
5100 BLANDING BLVD. Southern conference as they him two words of advice: "Beat .FREIGHT SALVAGE
ended the season with a 11-1 Army." .REPROSSESSIONSBargains
PHONE 771.7910fiWUWWJWItflj
record. Their only loss comingat
the end of the season at the Galore!

hands of Patrick AFD 85-8L A good citizen is a person who Come in and Brouse
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JAX NEWS PAGE 11
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Local "Arena.Features BUILT BETTER TO LAST LONGER

Security 'An'dHospital Retain .


NAS BoxerHeadlining Undefeated Records In IM Play EVERY


last Friday nights Still undefeated In their respective Hospital( ComFalrJax 61-59
match of the Little Boxing Arena leagues Security, 11-0 Marks, Hosp 22 pts. .
was Joe Thrift one of Jackson- of the American League and Hospital Hospital NARTU 69-33
ville's .hard hitting heavyweight 10-0 of the National League, Kloman, Hosp 23 pts.. COLOR TV
champions( who was billet as head the lists Intramural"Ca- ICEUR., Supply 46-37
"Sailor" Joe thrift. gers." ." Austin, FICEUR 19 pts.3spitat .
Thrift lost his match with Joey Rounding out the top three VP-18 67-35 .
Louis White by a split decision. teams of the American Leagueare Kloman Hosp 27 pts.
White had entered the ring with VP-30 at 11-2 and VAP62at Marines, NARTU 43-29
11 straight K.O.S to his credit. 8-3, while in the National Taylor, Marines 12 pts.
"Sailor" Joe hails from Fer- League it's Supply at 11-1 and .
nandlna Beach and now makeshis FICEUR at 9-L Knocking over a gasoline pump
home 'here in Jacksonville.His The results of last weeks action In a Grampian,Pa.filling station,,
mother, Mrs. V. E. Thorn' are: g lady driver pointed to the man .. e.f"f ..
ton, lives at 9255 8th Street. He Denotes high scorer for the beside her and said: "My husband ':
is a career Navy man serving as game. always tells me when I'm
a Boatswains Mate Second Class VP-30, A/C Maint 57-39 getting too close, but this time
with theMaster-At-Arms Forcesat Brown VP 27 pts. tie never opened his mouth."
NAS Jax. Admin, VP-16 74-45 Gasoline Retailer.
His boxing career started while( Taylor, VP 23 pts. ierleaas asesiasssvssf
he was serving withComPhibPacC Security. VP-7 78-31
( 0 m m a nd e r Amphibious Brady, Sec 21 pts.
Forces, Pacific) where he foughtin Supply, Weapons 39-23
the middleweight division and Rogers, Supply 17 pts.

was undefeated. Dispensary, AF679th 50-32 ...'. :
"Sailor" Joe has had'only five Prince, Disp 24 pts. .,-,. .., :
103rd St. at Wesconnett Blvd. a: :W
but has been Hospital, Marines 61-30
professional fights, '
very Impressive in all of them, Kloman, Hosp 35 pts. We Wire Flowers ? AS LOW AS
winning four, his last byaTKO VP-30, FAW-11 83-35 Plrorte SP 1-3770 or SP 1-OZ50
against the Golden Boy from Ma- Brown VP 25 pts. Flowers r
con, Ga. Communications, VP-45 35-28
For Every Occasion
He boxed in the AAU matches Sheets, Comm 15 pts. $
FICEUR, VP-18 50-36 FREE DELIVERY $39995for
here and again was undefeated before -
JEWELL J. SMITH
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Association Is sponsoring a Fried
Chicken Dinner onSaturday, Feb-
ruary 20, with the proceeds goingto
the Hope Haven Hospital,' ,
Crippled Childrens' Division. & ZENITH
The event starts at 1 p.m., *
at the Dinsmore Civic Club, Old -
Kings Road at Civic Club Road. Racing/
Cost will be $1 for adults and
50tf for children. Please come

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FEBRUARY 18, 1965 I It
\ PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWS .
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t THE GOLF "CORNER"The championship flight match. Klahn
4" monthly JAGA PRO AM meets Wester and' the winner
held at the Fernandina Beach will meet Dave Clark' for the
Golf Course this past Fridaywaswon championship.
Y" by tfAS PFJO Joe McDonald Captain Lawson takes on CDR
along with Frank Ifeyer, Frank Mayberry in what should prove to
'fit Miller and Gus Iblz. This fine be a most interesting first flight 1 A
group finished ten under to win match this week. Captain Cason ;
I by one 'stroke over the field of outlasted Randy Deming for a one
twelve teams. up victory on the nineteenth hole.
Play in the Station Military Captain Cason will meet the win-
Championship slowed down ner of the Franklin VS Stefl
somewhat due to the rain over match for the second flight ,
honors. E. Duke is scheduledto
the weekend. Mike Hollack played -
take on PIckens in the finals
rounds
one of his finest yet
lost out to Dale Klahn in a close for the third flight.
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! 64 MONZA. ..... . . . . . .$2095
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\ AND THE BEACHESmum 64 CHEVROLET. . .. . . . . .$1995
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64 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN. .... . . . $2995
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64 PLYMOUTH . ... . . . . ... .$2495
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FAST 64 IMPALA SUPER SPORT . . . . .$2695
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56 FORD WAGON. . . . . .$245
ENGINE OVERHAUL Standard shift, 6 cyI., new tag.
61 RAMBLER . .. . . . . .$395
REBUILD BALL JOINT (Parts & labor) 15.95
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SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (Parts & Labor) 12.95

,. If BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95 .. .AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!

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